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Armstrong (content management system)

Armstrong is an open source news publishing platform jointly developed by nonprofit online news organizations [2]

Armstrong was designed primarily to simplify the publishing process for other nonprofit news organizations by giving them the option of a CMS specifically created for news. Focuses of the system include media management, search engine optimization, integration with social media, and development of revenue streams.[3] Higinio Maycotte, CTO of The Texas Tribune, said that "literally hundreds of media companies around the globe have expressed interest in moving to Armstrong."[1]

The project to release Armstrong as an open source CMS was fueled by a $975,000 grant from the Knight Foundation, which is devoted to media innovation, to The Texas Tribune and The Bay Citizen. The grant was announced at SXSW Interactive in March 2011.[1]

Armstrong is written in Django, an open source framework for web applications that is written in the Python programming language.

External links

  • Official website
  • Armstrong's GitHub page
  • Armstrong's GoogleGroups discussion page

References

  1. ^ a b c "The Bay Citizen and The Texas Tribune Launch Open-Source Publishing Platform (Project Armstrong) Funded By Knight Foundation Grant". Market Watch. Retrieved 15 November 2011. 
  2. ^ Beckett, Lois. "A WordPress for news orgs: Knight gives Bay Citizen, Texas Tribune $975,000 for open-source CMS". Nieman Journalism Lab. Retrieved 23 November 2011. 
  3. ^ "Armstrong CMS – Open Source CMS for News". Armstrong. Retrieved 15 November 2011. 
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